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We have 1 review for Citavi. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: If you are researcher either in academia or in corporate world, you are probably familiar with Citavi. In essence, the program allows you to manage knowledge and make sure that all published material you are using in your work is properly cited. As such, it is literally an invaluable tool for people in the field. It is also incredibly easy to use. What's more, there are lots of great support options if you run into any difficulty. Among its many excellent features are its ability to reference just about any type of material, such as a book or a journal article (35 in all). It also has add-ons for popular web browsers, it can annotate PDF files directly in the software, and it integrates well with most common word processing programs. Finally, it can publish citations in more than 8,700 different styles. Citavi has very few drawbacks. But it is only available for Windows. There is also currently no way to sync folders or computers, and it can further be very expensive.
Pros: Offers a limited but generous free version, to test its use within an organization Supports many common Western languages Offers personal customer support for licensed users Is very easy to use
Cons: Is only available for Windows Has no ability to sync data between folders and computers Can be very expensive
Balancing the need for intra and extratextual annotation with the sort of citation tree I covered in the last video, gives rise to a new set of infrastructural problems that can only be resolved...
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